Detroit Dirt, a local business in the Detroit area has been selected by Martha Stewart and her panel of judges as one of this year’s 2014 Martha Stewart American Made Winners in the Food category!
“Eat Make Celebrate, is a modern lifestyle resource that just launched. The site is comprised of easy to learn how-to videos and tips designed to make everyday occasions just a little bit sweeter.”
I am so excited about a an online store called Thred Up! You have probably heard about it by now or have even seen advertisements throughout Facebook and beyond.
Okay moms, confession time. Who here has dry, chapped, and rough heels? So embarrassing right? As time goes by with busy schedules, it’s so easy to overlook our skincare, especially feet.
Starting a business and watching it grow is one of life’s more satisfying accomplishments. Starting a business and seeing it take off to become a worldwide family tradition? That’s the stuff of dreams.
I hate to say it, but winter is just around the corner. Brrrr!
Anxiety runs high during college admissions season. In fact, it’s not really a season anymore. Getting kids ready to apply to and attend college is a year round, full time undertaking with lifetime consequences.
Consider this: Even though good dental care is critical to your pet’s overall health, more than 80% of dogs have oral disease by age 3.
Hosting a successful Halloween party means not only having the right music and atmosphere, but also having plenty of yummy snacks for guests to enjoy. Easy, fun foods and beverages requiring minimal party prep are ideal for busy hosts looking to perfect their party menu.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has new, fun resources aimed at keeping kids safer online. The free Internet safety site http://www.NSTeens.org uses animated videos, games and web comics to tackle topics like cyberbullying, online security, digital ethics and online enticement for tweens (8-12 year olds)